Who defines the impact of research? A patient-centred opinion and call for action.

Taylor, M. A., Adam, P., Locock, L., & Kamenetzky, A. (2021). Who defines the impact of research? A patient-centred opinion and call for action. Journal of Research Management and Administration, 1(1), 6-15. https://doi.org/10.18552/jorma.v1i1.655 Abstract Research funders wish to see meaningful impact of the work they fund. Methodologies have been produced over several years that help […]

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Normal versus extraordinary societal impact: how to understand, evaluate, and improve research activities in their relations to society?

Sivertsen, G. and Meijer, I. (2020) Normal versus extraordinary societal impact: how to understand, evaluate, and improve research activities in their relations to society?, Research Evaluation, 29(1): 66-70, https://doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvz032 Abstract Societal impact of research does not occur primarily as unexpected extraordinary incidents of particularly useful breakthroughs in science. It is more often a result of […]

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Does engagement predict research user? An analysis of The Conversation Annual Survey 2016

Zardo, P., Barnett, A.G., Suzor, N. and Cahill, T. (2018) Does engagement predict research user? An analysis of The Conversation Annual Survey 2016. PLoS ONE 13(2): e0192290. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0192290   Abstract The impact of research on the world beyond academia has increasingly become an area of focus in research performance assessments internationally. Impact assessment is expected […]

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